Alddo Molinar envied doctors since his childhood. At the age of five, he began showing his passion for being a professional doctor. According to Alddo, he always felt her pain and the family’s pain as they watched one of them suffer. His dream towards helping patients became broad. Alddo Molinar began pursuing his career at Trinity University, where he achieved a Biology BS. He later began studying medicine at Texas Southwestern University, where he gained the Bryans Williams Scholarship hence becoming a member of the United Latin American Medical Students Association.
Alddo Molinar has working experience of more than 16 years. After completing his studies, he began working at Cleveland Clinic, where he lectured students at Medical Centre’s Anesthesiology Institute. Also, he participated in preparing students on how to handle patients requiring critical medical care. Due to his passion for his work, Alddo scored as Chief Fellow, whereby he helped multiple students in many subspecialties, such as cardiovascular and neurological intensive care. Alddo said he’s working at Ohio Valley Medical Center and East Ohio Regional Hospital during an interview.
Due to his experience and passion, the critical care medicine expert was appointed as the Chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology and the Medical Director of Anesthesia East Ohio Regional Hospital. Additionally, in November 2020, Alddo Molinar became the president of Molinar Anesthesia Associates. Thanks to his excellent work. He has helped thousands of people relieve pain and save lives as well.
Alddo Molinar is the medical director of East Ohio Regional Hospital, one of the first hospitals in Ohio to use a robot named Yomi (YO-me) for bariatric procedures. Alddo Molinar oversees the robotics center at the hospital and also has a private practice. He specializes almost exclusively in minimally invasive bariatric surgery. He enjoys teaching and has published various journals. Alddo manages the Molinar Anesthesia Consultants LLC, specializing in treating sleep-related breathing disorders and chronic pain patients. Alddo’s clinical interests include providing anesthesia care to patients undergoing surgery. Moreover, he assists in developing a new anesthetic approach for special patient populations.